Medical use of radiation

Medical use of ionising radiation for diagnosis and therapy is now an important underpinning of a modern health service. The Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority has the administrative control by the use of such radioactive sources.
  • National quality assurance programme in radiotherapy

    National quality assurance programme in radiotherapy

    In 2000, the Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (DSA) initiated work to develop a national quality assurance programme in radiotherapy. The program was named KVIST: i.e. Norwegian abbreviation of Quality Assurance in Radiotherapy.

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  • Medical use of radiation in Norway

    Medical use of radiation in Norway

    The Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (DSA) is the regulatory authority in Norway and oversees all radiation sources used in medicine in Norway.The surveillance performed by DSA of the undertakings are done through inspections, issuing…

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